GM China

China Slams the Brakes on GM's Accelerating Car Sales

Even when GM was in trouble at home, it was still the No. 1 automaker in what's now the world's largest car market: China. Its market share there continues to grow, and China is a key to GM's global strategy -- which is why new policies there will hurt GM more than its rivals.

Can America Get a Return On Its GM Investment?

GM filed for an IPO this week, which means that the U.S. government will soon be able to start selling off its 61% stake in the automaker. So what are the odds that the taxpayers will break even on their $42 billion gamble in General Motors, and what would it take for them to do so?